Quality Isn’t All it’s Cracked Up to Be

John Williams’ guest blog post for edUi discusses why you should use JPG format for the images on your website.

Trying to figure out what type of file to use for your website images? Our own John Williams, systems architect and general guru for things web, has written a great guest blog post for edUi — “Quality Isn’t All it’s Cracked Up To Be” — explaining why JPG is the right answer for your images.

But wait, there’s more! Can’t get enough info on images for your website? John is also presenting “Getting Web Photos Right: When ‘72 DPI at 400px’ Is No Longer Enough” at edUi 2016 on Monday, October 24 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

His presentation will cover resolution and file types for today’s modern web. As he explains, “With responsive design and today’s high-density displays, formerly peripheral details like file type, size, and aspect ratio can make the difference between a website that looks stunning or just sad.”

Hopefully you can make it to the conference – it’s going to be a great one. But if not, at least check out the blog post for some great info to help you make the right call for your web images.